November 9, 2009
LONDON, UK (RPRN) 11/09/09 — Karacha.com, the online destination for quality musical instruments and accessories, has launched a Twitter feed in order to reach more customers and highlight special offers and deals in the run up to Christmas.
Karacha has already received a number of glowing instrument reviews across a variety of music publications and in the national press which has boosted sales in the past six months. The Twitter feed is yet another way for the musical retailer to reach even more prospective new customers.
With Christmas shopping at the forefront of people’s minds and the recession meaning that this Christmas will be yet another occasion where money is tight, the variety of deals and discounts offered by Karacha will be welcome news for shoppers looking for that perfect present on a budget.
Adam Ewart, Founder of Karacha.com commented: “The launch of our Twitter feed is intended to help us raise awareness of the Karacha brand and target a new range of customers online. We will also be using the feed to broadcast news of new products, announce sales
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Karacha has a range of Carmichael saxophones for sale which are available in a range of colours including red, blue and more traditional gold and silver, all of which are constructed from a high grade brass alloy and created by skilled craftsmen using only high quality materials and components.
Karacha offers a variety of musical instruments for musicians of all ages and abilities including a student-level flute, clarinet and drum kits.
Karacha.com makes learning to play music more fun with a creatively designed selection of instruments, many of which are available in a wide range of colours including a range of brightly coloured, sparkly violins.
For more information, please call 0845 200 83 43 or visit karacha.com. You can follow the Karacha Twitter feed at www.twitter.com/AdamEwart.
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